Ultimate Game Card Ransomware is nothing else but another tricky program from malicious Ukash group of viruses. That means it also blocks the system down and displays its totally misleading alert about law violations. Though it looks trustworthy, its locking screen is a scam that should never be trusted. Ultimate Game Card Ransomware seeks only to make you think it's legitimate and pushes you to spend your money on invented fine. However, this will not help you unlock your computer!
HOW CAN I GET INFECTED WITH Ultimate Game Card Ransomware?
These Ukash viruses have been really popular these days. Just like any other threat from this group, Ultimate Game Card Ransomware is distributed by trojans that come inside the system as soon as user clicks on malicious link, opens the infected attachment or simply downloads infected file on his computer. Immediately after infiltration, this ransomware locks the system down and displays its misleading alert. To be more precise, Ultimate Game Card Ransomware claims that user has been illegally downloading 'pirated copies' of music tracks and then asks to pay $106 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act:
Access to your computer was denied!
Illegally downloaded music tracks (in other words, “pirated copies”) have been detected at your PC.
While being downloaded the before mentioned tracks were copies – that’s also a criminal offense in conformity $ 106 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
Both Copyrighted music tracks download in the Internet and music files exchange are illegal and subject to compliance with $$106 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act and punished by either imposition of monetary fines up to three years of imprisonment.
This alert is a huge scam that must be ignored. If you pay the requested fine, you will lose your money and you won't find your computer unlocked within the required time. In order to stop Ultimate Game Card Ransomware and unlock your computer, you should get rid of all infected files that are hidden in your computer.
AM DISABLED. HOW CAN I REMOVE Ultimate Game Card Ransomware?
First of all, you must unlock your computer. In order to do that, follow these steps:
- Take another machine and use it to download PlumbytesWebroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus, Reimage or other reputable anti-malware program.
- Update the program and put into the USB drive or simple CD.
- In the meanwhile, reboot your infected machine to Safe Mode with command prompt and stick USB drive in it.
- Reboot computer infected with Ultimate Game Card Ransomware once more and run a full system scan.
Some users on the Internet have also reported that they managed to get on safe mode with networking and download anti-malware on their computers. You can try this way as well. After unlocking your computer, run a full system scan with anti-malware program one more time. This will help you to remove all infected files from the system.
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